At the United Nations, we work with huge civil society coalitions on issues relating to peace, disarmament, women's issues, and civil society empowerment. The Research Analyst helps develop political materials that are used for advocacy and outreach purposes within the United Nations and in the community to achieve the current goals of our Civil Society Engagement from Home Project.
Research Analysts then work as part of a team to help present those materials at events in the UN and in the community and then help out with social media coverage. Due to the ongoing quarantine, we have switched to remote work as an office. We have launched a new project on Civil Society Engagement for the upcoming summer semester specifically, which would be completely remote and require the interns to lead a team of volunteers.
- For this, the ideal intern will have experience in teamwork, leadership, and communication, as well as organizational skills and a self-motivated approach to be able to deliver a remote project successfully.
- The intern must be adept with Microsoft Office and Google Drive. The intern must also have research, analytical, and writing skills, and be able to work as part of a team.
- The research analyst must also have people skills for meeting with new people, civil society representatives, and diplomats at the United Nations.
- This internship requires college work in majors from social and political sciences with ideally past relevant volunteer and interning experience in a non-profit.
- Remote Project: 2 years (Preferred)
- Zoom: 1 year (Preferred)
- Teamwork: 2 years (Preferred)
- Leadership: 2 years (Preferred)
- High school or equivalent (Required)